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Chibi-Matoran
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BookOwl wrote:

(√-1)(2^3)Σπ
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It is from Joefarebrother's signature.

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BookOwl
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Anonymous wrote:

Trigonometry is a sine of the times

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This discussion is going off on a tangent…

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PearlPlatypus2048 wrote:

This discussion is going off on a tangent…
what do you call a trigonometric ratio that agrees to pay their friend's loan debt

a cosiner
red_king_cyclops
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Notice: The below jokes were not made by me.

There are three kinds of people in the world: those who are good at math and those who aren't.

Why weren't sin and tan invited to the party? Just cos!

2+2=4
2*2=4
2^2=4
2^^2=4
2^^^2=4
2^^^^2=4

I see a pattern.
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A farmer gathered his sheep, and he saw 190 of them,
but his wife saw 184 sheep.
“I rounded them up,” said the farmer.


Wao how is that possible





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Why don't you drive on interstate highways?
Because they are imaginary (They begin with “I”)

Why don't you drive by the pie shop?
It's irrational

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onlyNones
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I believe tHis should be transferred somewhere

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bybb
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onlyNones wrote:

I believe tHis should be transferred somewhere
This has been here since 2016, it's unlikely that it would be transferred and also fits the ATs due to the past post history mainly containing advanced mathematical jokes.

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onlyNones
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bybb wrote:

onlyNones wrote:

This has been here since 2016, it's unlikely that it would be transferred and also fits the ATs due to the past post history mainly containing advanced mathematical jokes.
Oh, okay.

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TurtleCoder10901
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π √-1
be real be reational

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TheAspiringHacker
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Remember, the Scratch Community Guidelines say to "be constructive." Be sure to report posts that require the law of the excluded middle.

EDIT: Whoops, I saw a math joke thread in Things I'm Reading and Playing a while ago, but couldn't find it now, so I searched math joke threads with constraint site:scratch.mit.edu/discuss with multiple results appearing, and I posted in the wrong topic. I meant to post in the more recent https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/317423/. Oh well, maybe ATers would like my constructive joke better than people in TIRAP.

Last edited by TheAspiringHacker (Dec. 29, 2018 00:09:11)


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Scratch---Cat
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This should be in the “Things l'm Reading And Playing” forum, I suspect.
But wait…
i :: reporter operators
An “i” reporter?

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{} ( 1 ) is a [ whole v] number :: ring sensing

( 3 ) is an [ odd v] number :: sensing

< 7 :: operators > is a [ hexagon v] number :: sensing boolean

[ 9 ] is a [ square v] number :: sensing

( -1 :: obsolete ) is a [ negative v] number :: reporter obsolete

( 10 v) is a [triangle v] number :: sensing cap

( (1) / (3) :: operators reporter ) is a [ recursive v] {
} number :: sensing cap loop

( Pi :: operators ) is an [ irrational v] number :: extension

// i is an imaginary number

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Scratch---Cat
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<[0] =([ln v] of (1):: operators):: operators>
0 is In 1 ??????

banana439monkey wrote:

Dupe

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10 + 9 = 21

sorry

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TheAspiringHacker
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Scratch---Cat wrote:

<[0] =([ln v] of (1):: operators):: operators>
0 is In 1 ??????
Yes. Ln is a logarithm. Logarithm means, “To what power do I have to raise a number to get this result?” Ln is the logarithm for the constant e, meaning that ln(x) = y where e^y = x. But that doesn't matter here. Any number raised to the power of 0 = 1, so e^0 = 1. Therefore, ln(1) = 0.

Why does every number raised to the power of 0 = 1? See the pattern:


a^-2 = 1/a/a = 1/a^2
a^-1 = 1/a

a^0 = 1

a^1 = 1 * a
a^2 = 1 * a * a
a^3 = 1 * a * a * a


P.S. Fractional exponents are roots. For example, a^1/2 means the square root of a, and a^3/2 means the square root of a raised to the power of 3.

Last edited by TheAspiringHacker (Jan. 25, 2020 19:50:23)


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DarkCrystal42
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This is more of a math joke, but…

Three statisticians are going duck hunting. Pretty quickly, they find a duck. The first statistician fires left of the duck… and misses the duck by exactly one meter. The second statistician fires right of the duck… and also misses the duck by exactly one meter. The third statistician is overjoyed and shouts “Yes!” The other statisticians ask him why he's so happy when he hasn't even shot yet. The statistician explains: “You missed by one meter on the left and you missed by one meter on the right! That means statistically, I should make my shot!” He then fires a shot… and misses by exactly one meter above the duck.

“Dang!” The statistician says. “I didn't get a big enough sample size!”


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Scratch---Cat wrote:

Line segment OK

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No, this is not Line segment OK. This is Line segment KO.

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